Director – Julian Cann (Consultant Solicitor & Mediator)

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Julian has been in legal practice over 20 years in dispute resolution work, formerly in family law work now working with clients in relation to Will and Probate disputes. He qualified as a Civil and Commercial Mediator in 2010 accredited by ADR Group and joins us with responsibility for practice compliance.

Director – Corran Caley (Solicitor)

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Corran has worked in general practice for over 30 years providing expertise in private client matters including wills, probate, trusts, inheritance tax planning, matrimonial and domestic conveyancing. Corran is also a member of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme, Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme and Solicitors for the Elderly.

Director – Nicholas Redding (Solicitor)

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Nicholas has been in general practice for over 30 years providing expertise in private client matters including domestic conveyancing, wills, trusts, inheritance tax planning and commercial matters with conveyancing, land development and associated agreements.

Managing Director – Charles Culshaw (Solicitor)

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Charles has been in practice for over 25 years during which time his sound legal and commercial advice has guided client businesses through challenging times as well as through periods of expansion. His experience includes business finance, commercial contracts, public sector tendering and contracting, company re-structures and shareholder agreements, joint-ventures, company acquisitions and disposals as well as general commercial disputes.

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Inheritance Tax Update 2017

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Inheritance Tax (IHT) is a tax at 40% on the value of your estate exceeding £325000 (nil rate band NRB) on your death. You pay tax all your life and you still get stung when you are 6 feet under.

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Supreme Court memoir judgment a ‘victory for freedom of speech’

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The Supreme Court has unanimously allowed a memoir by a British classical pianist detailing his experiences of sexual abuse to be published, despite objections from the artist's ex-wife.

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